Magnolia Court Boutique
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMagnolia Court Boutique Melbourne
This could be a gold mine but alas the inside is tatty. Breakfast good and bed comfortable and room clean. Where's Alex Polizzi when you need her?
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... so just looked and tried to imagine Romans walking up the steps and under the arches and through the buildings a very long time ago. I am continually blown away by the standard of architecture and engineering such a long time ago and gaze with awe at soaring, delicate columns that have stayed upright for centuries. I was also struck with how unkempt the place is - considering how much is charged for entry multiplied by however many thousands ...
... and it was just the right size for the group. The organist was quite spectacular but sometimes forgot that we were singing a long as well. Andrew was very nervous when we arrive but thankfully he didn't have to wait long as Dee was right on time. She looked spectacular and it was lovely to see all the components all bought together in one outfit. The service was very traditional but all over in 30 minutes. Regan and I found a great ...
... of the trip is "Where the heck are we?"which I think suits very well.
The 1st class lounge is amazing it has free food and spa treatments and on the plane we have TVs.I miss all my friends and I miss Waiheke but six months will go by soooooo fast
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Lucky we have an afternoon flight, as this has given us 'leisure time' to ease into the day. It's all pretty relaxed as we figure if we have forgotten something, we can buy it while we are away (and then we can claim we bought it overseas!) A quick trip down the shops for a coffee will set us up nicely for the day, and maybe be the last decent coffee for a ...
... We found a great gastro pub and had a fantastic dinner at The Stump where garlic mashed potato was high on the agenda! Back on the road we were kept amused singing “Cheerleader” and being challenged by Keira’s famous quiz book. We arrived in the picturesque Halls Gap in the Grampian Mountains. We had an amazing view of the kangaroos in the field from our hotel rooms. It was a really quaint spot and we enjoyed beautiful weather. Keira and I ...